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A woman breastfeeding her baby on a plane was asked to cover up to ‘be respectful of people of other cultures’
Shelby Angel said a female flight attendant tried to give her a blanket to cover up during a flight from San Francisco to Amsterdam last month.
Dutch airline KLM apologized after a tweet telling followers you’re more likely to survive a plane crash if you’re sitting at the back
KLM's verified Twitter account in India shared the information as part of its #TuesdayTrivia competition. Both the account and KLM then apologized.
Dutch airline KLM is telling customers to fly less as the aviation industry confronts the ‘flight shaming’ movement
KLM launched a new environmental awareness campaign encouraging travelers to fly less. The campaign comes as "flight shaming" gains traction.
United, British Airways, Qantas, and Lufthansa are among the carriers now avoiding Iranian airspace, as tension in the region escalate.
One of Europe’s flagship airlines is working on a fuel-efficient, V-shaped plane that seats passengers in its wings
Its futuristic design makes the "Flying V" lighter and more aerodynamic, said Dutch airline KLM. That means it needs less fuel than other planes.
The Boeing 737 Max crisis could mark a seismic shift for the aviation industry. Here are the other disasters that have changed the way we fly.
Two fatal crashes involving Boeing's 737 Max planes could change the US or global aviation industry in the way fatal crashes have done so before.
Delta, Hawaiian, Qantas, KLM, Qatar Airways, Singapore, ANA, and Iberia are just some of the carriers on OAG's list of the most punctual airlines.
Australia's Qantas was named the safest airline in the world by the editors of AirlineRatings.com. Twenty other airlines also made the list.
Here are the 20 safest airlines in the world for 2018, according to AirlineRatings.com. Airlines from Asia and Europe dominate the list.
Air France-KLM's board of directors has appointed Air Canada President and COO Benjamin Smith as its new CEO. However, French trade unions reacted angrily to the news of a foreign CEO being appointed to run Air France.